The Speech-to-Song-Illusion Revisited

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RATHCKE, Tamara, Simone FALK, 2011. The Speech-to-Song-Illusion Revisited. Poznan Linguistic Meeting. Gniezno, Poland, Sep 2, 2009 - Sep 5, 2009. In: DEBOWSKA-KOZLOWSKA, Kamila, ed., Katarzyna DZIUBALSKA-KOŁACZYK, ed.. On Words and Sounds: A Selection of Papers from the 40th PLM, 2009 MLA. Newcastle:Cambridge Scholars, pp. 1-26. ISBN 978-1-4438-3161-1

@inproceedings{Rathcke2011Speec-49476, title={The Speech-to-Song-Illusion Revisited}, year={2011}, isbn={978-1-4438-3161-1}, address={Newcastle}, publisher={Cambridge Scholars}, booktitle={On Words and Sounds: A Selection of Papers from the 40th PLM, 2009 MLA}, pages={1--26}, editor={Debowska-Kozlowska, Kamila and Dziubalska-Kołaczyk, Katarzyna}, author={Rathcke, Tamara and Falk, Simone} }

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